Saudi Arabian national airline Flynas will operate 21 flights a week from three cities of Saudi Arabia to the Georgian cities of Batumi and Tbilisi.
“From May 17, 21 flights a week, from Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam, will be operated to Tbilisi and Batumi by the Saudi Arabian national airline Flynas طيران ناس,” Mariam Kvrivishvili, Head of the National Tourism Administration, wrote on social media.
“Operating 21 flights a week during COVID-19 is an expression of the great potential of Georgian tourism, trust and great love for our country on the part of the airline because such a large number of flights is also the biggest financial risk for the airline.
“For our country, this is a great opportunity to strengthen the tourism sector and host more than 3,500 tourists a week from Saudi Arabia! I am grateful for the support and cooperation we have with the airline and its team!” Kvrivishvili wrote.
By Ana Dumbadze